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                           Saptha Vidanga Sthalam – Shiva Temples     In the Vidanga sanctuaries there will be a Thyagarajar moorthi. It is the Saha Umaa Skandha (for the most part called Soomaaskandha) type of Lord Shiva. The Thyagarajar moorthi came out of the inhale(uchisvasam) and exhale(nichisvasam) of Maha Vishnu performing Ajaba Nadanam. At first this moorthi was loved by Maha Vishnu, and he got a wonderful child Manmadha. Later he offered it to Brahma and he offered it to Indra. Indra revered the moorthi for quite a while. Muchukunda Chakravarthi, who had the essence of monkey, was an incredible and valorous Chola lord. He was once drawn closer by Indra for help during the war among Devas and Asuras. Muchukunda readily consented to help the ruler of the Devas, and participated in the war. At long last, with Muchukunda’s guide, the Devas prevailing with regards to steering the Asuras, and Indra was amazingly appreciative to the lord. He offered his preferred lord an endowment, and Muchukunda, an ardent man, requested the Thyagarajar moorthi revered by Indra. Indra was paralyzed. He would not like to leave behind his valuable moorthi, yet the lord wouldn’t acknowledge whatever else. He at long last settled on a misleading, so he requested to make six comparable moorthis and asked Muchukunda to discover the one he needed. Muchukunda was a brilliant lord, and appealed to Shiva to recognize the right one and found the first moorthi. So Indra gave him all the seven moorthis to Muchukunda. Muchukunda kept those moorthis in seven sanctuaries which are called Saptha (seven) Vidanga sanctuaries. (Every one of these sanctuaries are in Tamil Nadu and arranged around Thanjavur.) Muchukunda came back to earth with the seven Thyagarajar moorthis and introduced them at different places in his realm. The first one he kept at the sanctuary at Thiruvarur, and the others at Thirunallar, Vedaranyam, Thiruvaimur, Thrirukaravasal, Thirukkuvalai and Nagapattinam. These seven sanctuaries are all things considered known as Saptha Vidanga Sthalams. Vidanga implies something that has not been etched out. These seven Thyagarajar moorthi are accepted to be divine – not made by etches. Saptha vidanga Sthalam Map:  Ordinarily, Soomaaskandhar type of Shiva will come out of the sanctuary during utsavams (celebrations). Yet, since the Thyagarajar is the pradana (principle) moorthi in these sanctuaries, he won’t go out during celebrations. So the Chandrasekara type of Shiva will go out on utsavams. This Thyagarajar moorthi won’t have abhishegam on all days. Thus, the Shivaperuman himself gave a piece of his bow moon fit as a fiddle of lingams for playing out the...

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        காயாரோகணசுவாமி கோயில், நாகபட்டினம் Kayarohanaswami (shiva) and Neelayadakshi Amman Temple located at Nagapattinam District in Tamilnadu. The main deity is Lord Shiva and Amman Neelayadakshi. The idol of Thyagaraja made of precious blue stone called lapis lazuli and the eyes of the amman Neelayadakshi (அருள்மிகு நீலாயதாட்சி அம்மன்) also blue in color. This temple built on South indian temple style that is Dravidian Architecture. Pundarika Munivar rose to holiness with his human body, henceforth Kaya Aarohanam. The name Nagappattinam is accepted to have been gotten from the legend that of Adiseshan loving Shiva there. Adiseshan’s girl is accepted to have hitched Saaleeswaran, a fan of Shiva.                                                                     The picture of Tyagarajar at Tiruvarur is the chief of the 7 from which Indra is accepted to have asked Muchukunda Cholan to pick the first picture of Somaskandar adored by Mahavishnu. Muchukunda Cholan is accepted to have picked the correct one (the picture at Tiruvarur), and Indra is accepted to have compensated him with the entirety of the 7 pictures, which the last introduced at 7 better places inside his domain, and it is these 7 sanctuaries which comprise the 7 Vitankastalams. Similarly, as with the other 7 Saptavitanka hallowed places, there are independent altars for the moolavar, Tyagarajar and Ambal. There is a shrine to Sundaramoorthy Nayanar and Paravai Nachiyar over the corridor from Tyagar, particularly along the lines of Tiruvarur close by Nagabharana Vinayakar and Maavadi Vinayakar are the names of Vinayakar here. The Deva Theertham is toward the South of the sanctuary while the Pundarika Theertham is toward the west. Neelayadakshi’s place of worship here is of incredible criticalness. The bronze picture of Panchamukha Vinayakar is worth notice (as in Tiruvarur and in Vedaranyam). There are a few engravings identifying with the time of Dutch standard at Nagappattinam, in this sanctuary. Tirunavukkarasar describes the feature of the deity as: மனைவிதாய் தந்தை மக்கள் மற்றுள சுற்ற மென்னும் வினையுளே விழுந்த ழுந்தி வேதனைக் கிடமா காதே கனையுமா கடல்சூழ் நாகை மன்னுகா ரோணத் தானை நினையுமா வல்லீ ராகில் உய்யலாம் நெஞ்சி னீரே. வையனை வைய முண்ட மாலங்கந் தோண்மேற் கொண்ட செய்யனைச் செய்ய போதிற் திசைமுகன் சிரமொன் றேந்துங் Temple timings: 07:30 am to 9:30 am | 05:00 pm to 08:00 pm Pooja timings: Kalashanthi Pooja 8:30 am to 9:30 am Uchikala Pooja 11:30 am to 12:00 noon Sayaratchai Pooja 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm Ardhajama Pooja 7:30 pm to 8:00 pm Address of Neelayadakshi koil: ASN Colony, Melakottaivasal, Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu 611003. Location: (Distance): From Chennai: 317...

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Mela Kadambur Amirthakadeswarar Temple – History, Architecture and Pooja details Mela Kadambur Amirthakadeswarar Temple (மேலக்கடம்பூர் அமிர்தகடேஸ்வரர் கோயில்) is a 1000 years old and located at Cuddalore district, Tamil Nadu and it is well known as Tirukkadambur and also called as Karakkoil. From Tamil artistic sources we discover that there are nine classifications of sanctuary structures devoted to Lord Shiva. They are: ‘Perunkoyil’, ‘Karakkoyil’, ‘Gnalarkoyil’, ‘Koudikkoyil’, ‘Ilamkoyil’, ‘Manikkoyil’, ‘Alakkoyil’, ‘Madakkoyil’ and ‘Punkoyil.’ The presiding deity is Lord Shiva as “Amirthakadeswarar” moolavar and “Vidyujothi Nayaki” & “Sri jothiminnamai” Amman, Urchavar “Somaskandar”.                                                           Thirunavukkarasar (Appar) Thevaram makes reference to nine sorts of sanctuaries. They incorporate They are: ‘Perunkoyil’, ‘Karakkoyil’, ‘Gnalarkoyil’, ‘Koudikkoyil’, ‘Ilamkoyil’, ‘Manikkoyil’, ‘Alakkoyil’, ‘Madakkoyil’ and ‘Punkoyil.’ Tirunavukkarasar describes the feature of the deity as: நங்க டம்பனைப் பெற்றவள் பங்கினன் தென்க டம்பைத் திருக்கரக் கோயிலோன் தன்க டன்னடி யேனையுந் தாங்குதல் என்க டன்பணி செய்து கிடப்பதே. and.. ஆறாம் திருமுறை பெருக்காறு சடைக்கணிந்த பெருமான் சேரும் பெருங் கோயில் எழுபதினோ(டு) எட்டும் மற்றும் கரக்கோயில் கடிபொழில்சூழ் ஞாழற் கோயில் கருப்பறியற் பொருப்பனைய கொகுடிக் கோயில் இருக்கோதி மறையவர்கள் வழிபட்(டு) ஏத்தும் இளங்கோயில் மணிக்கோயில் ஆலக் கோயில் திருக்கோயில் சிவனுறையுங் கோயில் சூழ்ந்து தாழ்ந்திறைஞ்சத் தீவினைகள் தீரும் அன்றே – திருநாவுக்கரசர் தேவாரம்– The sanctuary is east-bound and there is three layered rajagopuram. The nandhi and balipeetam are found in the front mandapam. The primary hallowed place is east-bound and the south-bound ambal holy place. This thousand year old sanctuary is the image of proceeding with design custom of the Chola skilled workers and it is one of the later Chola sanctuaries which have stayed unrivaled as far as engineering greatness to date. The engineering and figures show perfect creative aptitudes. The sanctuary vimana (place of worship segment of a sanctuary and its superstructure) is assembled like a chariot (ratha) like structure drawn by two ponies. The left wheel is adhered to the earth since Lord Ganesha squeezed it. The manchabhadra upa-pita or platform frames the base. The padma banda adhisthana (socle) comprises of 18 diverse particular shaped levels (from base up); Upana or upatala (the base), Padma (a layer of lotus theme), Jagathi (straight), Kumuda (round), Kanta (neck), Patti and Kapota (layer of lotus petals). Nagara vimana has kirtimukha kudu on every heading and a round kalasa and stupi. During the time of Dasaratha (Lord Ram’s father) Lord Sani had eagle as vaahan, Dasa buja rishaba thandava Murthy is taken out during every Pradosham – this vigraham is available ONLY in this temple. Temple timings: 07:30am to 10:00am | 05:00pm to 08:00pm Pooja timings:  “We can arrange the special Poojas on request.” Kalashanthi Pooja 8:30 am...

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  Veezhinatheshwarar koil – Everything you need to know  Tiruveezhimizhalai this is the Siva shetram is situated close to Mayiladuthurai. The managing god is Veezhiazhageeswarar, Netrarpaneswarar and the Ambal Brihadsundarakuchambika the sthala Vriksham is Veezhi and the Theertham Damodara Theertham Sambandar, Appar and Sundarar created the Pathigam. This Sivastalam is viewed as among the holiest Saivite places of worship as it has the third most noteworthy number of Pathigams, the initial two being Sirkazhi and Tiruvarur Legend has it that Parvati is said to have been renewed as Katyayani and hitched Siva here, and the sanctuary is accepted to be the Vimanam brought by Mahavishnu, The yearly Brahmotsavam is seen in the Tamil month of Chittirai. Sage Kathyayana didn’t have posterity. He did repentance alongside his better half Sumangalai imploring Lord Siva. Ambikai showed up before him as Annapoorni and asked him what help he needed. The sage mentioned that Ambikai ought to be destined to him as his girl. Ambikai allowed his desire and was conceived as his girl and named Kathyayini. At the point when Kathyayni achieved eligible age, the sage mentioned Lord Siva to wed her. The Lord concurred and wedded Kathyayini. Around then, the sage petitioned the Lord to make the spot his homestead and to show up in wedding ensemble. The Lord concurred for his desire. He is depicted in wedding ensemble. He got the name “Maappilai Swami” along these lines. The Lord is depicted with a rose bundle in his correct hand and a bamboo in his left hand. Those whose marriage is getting deferred will be honored with an early marriage in the event that they go to the divinity here, it is solidly accepted. Mappillai Swami is depicted with Ambikai on his right side. Be that as it may, at the moolasthanam, Balambikai is to one side of Lord Siva behind the lingam. Master Siva is depicted in two unique manners at the equivalent sthalam! At the prahara, Thyagaraja and Kamalambikai are depicted in the equivalent peedam. In the middle of, Mahavishnu is depicted alongside Ambikai. Dakshinamoorthy is introduced straightaway. He is depicted in a sitting stance with His correct leg set on a lotus. In any case, dissimilar to in different sanctuaries, there’s no banyan tree behind Him. He is called Aadhi Dakshinamoorthy. Those with apprehensive issues go to Him. The bat mandap in this sanctuary is exceptionally well known. This extensive mandap without columns in the inside stands a living evidence for the greatness of the Tamils in the craft of development. The name Thiruveezhimizhalai is said to have originated from two legends that occurred here. The spot was...

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